Ballot Measures Put Hot-Button Issues To A Vote

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Guests

Jennie Drage Bowser, senior fellow, National Conference of State Legislatures
Amy Standen, science reporter, KQED
Andrew Yeager, reporter, WBHM

In many states, the tight presidential race isn't the only thing on people's minds: Ballot measures are putting some controversial social and political issues up for popular vote. Same-sex marriage and the death penalty are just two of the measures voters will weigh in on come election day.

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